By Aroostook on June 03, 2002
"Use fresh spinach if you wish. Ground beef, veal or pork may be used instead of turkey. It is up to your personal taste!"
Serving Size: 1 (219 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 9
"Barbara this was a great recipe! I used the ground turkey. I also used a mixture of Parmesan and Romano cheeses. Delicious!!! Thank You"
"Outstanding! Served this with peas and carrots. My husband thought it was "delicious". The filling only was enough for half the shells I made, because I stuffed them really full."
"Had this dish tonight for supper. Very good! We will have this again. Even my spinach hating hubby and son liked it. I used about 1/2 cup of parmesan cheese and a little salt & red pepper also. Next time I will use more tomato sauce too as it did dry out a bit after baking. Thanks for the recipe!"
"Oh, this was good! My kids have asked me to make again. Thanks for sharing!"
"Stuffed shells always goes over big with my family. I have found I can sneak all kinds of things in them that the kids ordinarily wouldn't eat. These turned out great, Barb. The filling had a good consistency and a delicious combination of ingredients. Thanks for an easy family meal. "
"This was a very fantastic dinner at my house! I used tofu cheese which didn't melt that well, but the turkey, egg, breadcrumbs made a very delicious mix and the whole thing was gobbled up."
"I'm always happy to find a stuffed shell recipe that isn't loaded with cheese. This was very good; the turkey combined with the other ingredients was very moist and flavorful."
"I made this recipe as written but used a little less breadcrumbs. Make sure you cook your shells a little el dente. This was easy to make and very tasty! Warning, this recipe makes a whole lot of shells depending on how much you stuff them. THX Aroostook."